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Addressing the elephant: Why Paul Ince and Co need to stop fuelling the ‘Racism’ fire…

A very interesting and eye-opening take on Paul Ince's claims that racism is to blame for a lack of black football managers in the UK.

The points and comparisons he makes to Russia and Turkey - the former of which is, lest we forget, set to hole the 2018 World Cup - really make you think.

What do we all think? Does Paul Ince have a point, or is this just another case of the race card being used inappropriately?

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KingPin3038d ago

hehe paul is one to talk.
he was actually given a chance to prove everyone wrong.

Blackburn Rovers
After winning just three games in 17, Ince was sacked on 16 December 2008 after just six months in charge

Milton Keynes Dons (2009–10)
finishing in 13th place in League One.

Notts County
On 3 April 2011 he left the club by mutual consent after losing a club record nine games in a row, including a 2–0 defeat to relegation rivals Oldham Athletic the day before.

Ince left Blackpool on 21 January 2014, after less than a year in charge. Under his management, Blackpool won 12 out of 42 games and had not won since 30 November 2013.


yeah, definitely sounds like great results and managerial expertise going to waste due to racism.

P.S - whats the number of black coaches trying to complete coaching courses? anyone know? this is not something you just walk into and start tomorrow.